Disability Studies @CDSLeeds this week…
The School of Law wish to recruit a new academic Lecturer in Disability Law from September. The successful applicant will have strong research and teaching profiles, with the capacity to produce research of internationally excellent quality in disability law and/or mental health law. They will also teach in one or more areas of the core LLB curriculum (which includes modules focusing on the development of research skills and theoretical perspectives on law).
Some recent books by CDS staff
Campbell, T. (2013) Dyslexia: the government of reading, Macmillan
Oliver, M. and Barnes, C. (2012) The New Politics of Disablement, Palgrave Macmillan
Roulstone, A. and Prideaux, S. (2012) Understanding Disability Policy, Policy Press
Roulstone, A and Bish-Mason, H (eds) (2012) Disability Hate Crime and Violence, Routledge.
Shah, S. and Priestley, M. (2011) Disability and Social Change: private lives and public policies, Policy Press
Schiek, D. and Lawson, A. (2011) European Union Non-Discrimination Law and Intersectionality: investigating the triangle of racial, gender and disability discrimination, Ashgate
Hollomotz A (2011) Learning Difficulties and Sexual Vulnerability. Jessica Kingsley Pub.
Hemingway, L. (2011) Disabled People and Housing: Choices, Opportunities and Barriers, Policy Press